Is FTS5 still experimental?

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Is FTS5 still experimental?

Jen Pollock
The release notes for 3.13.0 say that FTS5 will be "experimental" for at
least one more release cycle, and more recent release notes don't say
anything about that having changed, but the FTS5 documentation doesn't
mention anything about it being experimental. Is it still experimental
now or not?

More specifically, how likely is it that future versions of FTS5 will be
unable to use search indexes built by the current version of FTS5?

Jen Pollock
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Re: Is FTS5 still experimental?

Dan Kennedy-4
On 03/30/2017 12:26 AM, Jen Pollock wrote:
> The release notes for 3.13.0 say that FTS5 will be "experimental" for at
> least one more release cycle, and more recent release notes don't say
> anything about that having changed, but the FTS5 documentation doesn't
> mention anything about it being experimental. Is it still experimental
> now or not?
>
> More specifically, how likely is it that future versions of FTS5 will be
> unable to use search indexes built by the current version of FTS5?

It's no longer experimental. If a future version of FTS5 is not
backwards compatible then it's a bug.

Dan.

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